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politico.com got access to a political ad that never ran against mitt romney when mitt romney was running for the united states senate in massachusetts in 1994 against ted kennedy. this never aired, but it was given to politico.com today. check it out. >> mitt romney says he saved bain & company. but he didn't tell you on the day he took over, he had his predecessor fire hundreds of employees. or that the company was rescued with a federal bailout of $10 million. the rest of us had to absorb the loss. romney and others made $4 million in this deal, which cost ordinary people $10 million. maybe he's just against government when it helps working men and women. >> that is from 17 years ago. the only thing you would have to change in order to run that ad against mitt romney now is you'd have to like change mitt romney's hairdo slightly. see? there you go. that's all you would have to do, and you could just run that ad today. he is running for president now on the exact same basis on which he was running for senate 17 years ago. he is running on his business record as a job creator at bain cap
on the american people. >> mitt romney is running first in new hampshire, michele bachmann is winning the hearts of conservative christians. >> i am impressed with her christian background. >> the president has discovered twitter. >> i am going to make history as the first president to live tweet. >> rupert murdoch's tabloid giant "news of the world" is dead, a shame. >> it finally breached a trust with readers. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> for the record, and unemployment rose to 9.2% last month, even though the economy added 18 at thousand jobs. still no deal on the debt limit. they are going to work over the weekend. the president and speaker boehner have been talking about a plan that would cut $4 trillion at government spending over the next 15 years, but how you do that? close tax loopholes, reduce tax deductions? what republicans ever dared to do that? will democrats ever signed onto cuts in medicare and social security? >> democrats, suck it up. put the entitlements on the table and make sure at the end of the 80's are still programs that serve the
. thank you for tonight. >> thank you. >>> coming up, mitt romney a bank roller. michele bachman, the real thing. between that guy and that woman offering very different deals. one circumstances i got the mon money, the other, i agree with you. i'm not a fraud. >>> you're watching "hardball" only on msnbc. >> ( rooster crows ) >> by 2020, 50 billion network devices will roam the earth. that's seven devices per person. this will change how we work in ways we've never before imagined. what do you need to secure your people, their devices, and your business? a network that can evolve and grow to protect your human network. >>> president obama and mitt romney both in pennsylvania campaigning. romney hopes it's a preview of the general election. the president's fund-raising in philadelphia in allentown attacking the president's economic policies. he spoke to reporters outside the now shut shuttered allentown company. the president pushing the stimulus. >>> we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." the top two contenders for the republican nomination seem to be mitt romney and our own
impossible to imagine anyone catching him is mitt romney. mitt romney seen here at the romney fundraiser today in london, england, of all places. mr. romney leads in all scientific international polls at this point, in all iowa polls, new hampshire polls, and in fundraiser. he is the front-runner and is front running alone. that is truism number one. truism number two is that the influence of the super conservative tea party wing of the republican party cannot be overstated in the nomination process this year. the combination of grassroots purist conservative anger and the unlimited corporate money makes the tea party faction a gatekeeper to the republican nomination for 2012 if not a king maker. so two truisms. number one, romney's going to win. number two, no one wins without the tea party on their side. the problem is that those two beltway common wisdom axioms about republican politics right now cannot co-exist. to the extent that the tea party faction is organized around republican presidential politics at all right now, they are organized to nominate anyone but mitt romney. if you
that has a real chance of securing the presidential nomination other than mitt romney? people are betting on this stuff, the candidates closest to mitt romney, perry, who hasn't declared he's running and michele bachmann who is amazing. nobody else makes it out of single digits. not even thaddeus mccotter. in the press and seemingly in the polls, bachmann is in the polls. and in march governor romney told his fund-raising team he wanted to raise $50 million fast by the end of the second quarter. the first financial filing deadline. that's an astonishing amount to have planned to make. a shock and awe fund-raising plan to raise so much so early that it would drive anybody squeamish, they said, out of the race. it would create the impression for donors and for king makers and anybody else that whether or not you like mitt romney, he was inevitable. the roomny train is leaving the station. you better get onboard. now, how did that go for hillary clinton last time around? this is not a foolproof strategy but it has been mitt romney's strategy. in may, the not yet declared romney campaign clai
, and on the republican side, things are trending in one direction, my friends-- >> polls show that mitt romney is leading the g.o.p. field for 2012. >> he's ahead in the polls. he's way ahead in the money. he's knot a much stronger organization. he's got the name recognition. >> jon: wow. mitt romney is the one the republicans are taking to the big dance. are there any drawexpwrookz well it's hard to get excited about mitt romney. >> if the election were tomorrow it would probably be mitt romney. but that's only because of the lack of choice. >> jon: wow. ( laughter ) the republicans are nervous about nominating the mormon ex-governor with perceived softness on social issues. they'll do it but with the same enthusiasm as, say, someone taking their cousin to the prom. ( laughter ) it's better than nothing. you might still get laid, but you're not going to feel that great about it. what?! no, i'm sorry! i'm sorry! ( applause ) i shouldn't have said it! i'm sorry! so judgmental. all right, clearly, republicans are looking for an option. what else have we got? >> jon huntsman makes his entrance in the republ
of are suffering. >> van jones is here tonight. an "ed show" exclusive. last week mitt romney said obama policies shut down allentown metal works. tonight the shop's foerm nl is saying the opposite. >>> great to be back with you tonight here on the ed show. had a great vacation. i missed you. i'm glad you're with us. president obama broke out the olive branches again today with the republicans. the he president took a much different tone on the debt talks than he did last week at the conference when he compared the republicans to his children. malia and sasha generally finish their homework a day ahead of time. malia is 13, sasha is 10. it is impressive. they don't wait until the night before. they're not pulling all-nighters. they're 13 and 10. you know, congress can do the same thing. if you know you have to do something, just do it. >> yeah. today the president said he hopes republicans will leave political rhetoric at the door when they come to the white house on thursday. >> it's my hope that everybody is going to leave their ultimatums at the door, we've all leave our political rhetoric at
, who both obama and mitt romney worked donors in philly and first lady dispatched to burlington vermont. can obama top 75 million? >> today is our special look at all things independent, from the independent voters who can decide this election to potential independent candidates. the middle is still what matters. can obama or any republican fill the vacuum before somebody from the outside does. i'm chuck todd, also this morning, that surprising twist in the case against former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn accused of sexual assault on a housekeeper and her credibility now being questioned. the case on the verge of collapse. could he be released? could he make a comeback in france? >> let's get right to my first -- democrats are floating a july 22nd deal leaving time for lawmakers to pass a bill and have that three-day period for everybody to look at it before the august 2nd recess. but responding to the president's fiery rhetoric from wednesday, republicans spent the day yesterday firing back. >> it frankly wrangles many of us to have the president engage in blame shifting when he hi
'll ask these reporters, will perry be the main conservative rival to mitt romney, will he eclipse michele bachmann? be right back. chris: welcome back. texas governor rick perry appears ready to challenge mitt romney and michele bachmann. in the most reason poll has him already second to romney in this race. perry hopes to duplicate george w bush's pro pulling from austin to number one. the differences are highlighted by a great piece in "texas monthly" called "dear yankee, what you need to about rick perry. perry is the son of a pearm. he was born dirt poor. perry has always been close to the conservative base, never cozy with the establishment. mike, this is a question for everybody watching. is the new republican party right now the tea party oriented party really a rick perry party more than a gorge bush party? >> absolutely. this is what is interesting about his emergence in the race. if he didn't exist, the republican party would invent someone like him. this is a much more consent, much more down holm -- it's someone who has never been in washington, never really been part of the p
there just might not be one. >>> coming up, teddy kennedy's opposition research team exposed mitt romney's weaknesses 18 years ago. a never-before-seen campaign ad against romney, and why those weaknesses are as important now as they were back then. up next, what would actually happen if the unthinkable happened and the united states defaulted on its debt? introducing the schwab mobile app. it's schwab at your fingertips wherever, whenever you want. one log in lets you monitor all of your balances and transfer between accounts, so your money can move as fast as you do. check out your portfolio, track the market with live updates. and execute trades anywhere and anytime the inspiration hits you. even deposit checks right from your phone. just take a picture, hit deposit and you're done. open an account today and put schwab mobile to work for you. >>> if republicans do not get their way and fail to raise the debt ceiling, president obama would be forced to pick which of the roughly 80 million monthly payments the treasury pays and does not pay. according to an independent report led by jay
party candidate. >>> plus, did mitt rommy put on the plip flip-flops again? romney said, i didn't say that things are worse, except that he did just days earlier. quite a few times. we have it all on tape. we put it together in an independence day panel of experts to look ahead at the republican field, all those money reports and everything else and the president's chances of reelection. and we mentioned, the nba lockout added to this nfl lockout. is it possible? we could be looking at autumn and winter with no football, no basketball, at least on the professional level, because the millionaires and billion airs didn't agree on lou to divide billions of dollars. >>> what's wrong with this picture? nothing if you're mitt romney. what candidate's son is posing with him? here's a hint. not romney's son but the son of another presidential candidate. we will have it all on the side show. we start on the state of the country. chairman of the dccc and democrat from new york. he joins me now. congressman israel, i want to talk about where we are in the debt talks. it seems to me i have talked
to mitt romney's rally. this priceless shot was snapped of him reaching over to pose with the candidate. the huntsman camp says will simply wanted to see another campaign event. he meant no disrespect. to who, his dad or to mitt romney? >>> new on the books, it's july 1st, hundreds of snu state laws go into effect. in virginia, dead people can vote. starting today if someone sends in an absentee ballot and dies before election day, that vote is still good. how about that? forget that, chicago. over in maryland, have trouble leaving your dog? good news dogs are allowed in restaurants with outdoor tables and patios provide they're on a leash. good luck with that. and starting today in new york state, it's mandatory for schools to allow kids to opt out of die secting frogs in bielg. they can watch interactive films. come on now. no dodge ball anymore. you can't get your hands dirty with a frog. you've got to learn what the guts of an animal looks like. you've got to do the real thing. that's "hardball" for now. coming up next, "your business" with j.j. ramberg. woman: saving for our child'
. >> good to have you. >>> big layoffs, bailouts and mitt romney, what is he up to? a campaign ad saying whether he's a job creator or destroyer. these ads will show that she. >>> this is "hardball." only on msnbc. >>> it's 16 months until the presidential election. proof campaigning in the early stage tends to help challengers. a new mason dixon poll out in iowa. first caucus state shows mitt romney leading president obama in a matchup. 42% to 39%. romney campaigning in iowa for months and clearly helping him in this poll. the same poll found president obama would defeat michele bachmann. rather, michele bachmann in iowa, 47% to 42%. >>> we'll be right back. i >>> welcome back to "hardball." mitt romney may have more than a surging michele bachmann to worry about. he's been tallying his successful run as evidence he can create jobs. take a look at this. it's an ad by senator ted kennedy in his arsenal but chose not to use it in his run against romney back in '94. >> mitt romney says he saved bane and company but didn't tell you on the day he took over he had his predecessor fire hundred
hampshire poll out find mitt romney holding strong. both in the primary and general but michelle bachmann has made big gains. is it time for republicans to start rally ago rounds a single candidate? some leaders think so. we'll ask the head of the republican party whether he agrees. and look at these pictures. it's a massive -- this is real. not special effects. 50 mile dust storm. it envelopes phoenix, arizona. downed trees. delayed flights. cut off power to thousands. not rain, folks. dust. wednesday, july 6, 2011. i'm chuck todd. let me get to my first reads of the morning. the idea of a short term debt deal gaining momentum in the senate. president nipped that talk in the bud. >> heard reports that there may be some in congress who want to do just enough to make sure that america avoid defaulting on our debt in the short term but then wants to kick the can down the road when it comes to solving the larger problem of our deficit. i don't share that view. >> the president's public summons comes on top of an apparent back channel with house speaker john boehner. the president alluded to
disappointed about guantanamo to vote for mitt romney, but will they give less, will they do less, you're seeing increments of $60 to $80 depending if you count all the funds together or the obama campaign funds, either way, under $100. that's a small donation. that is not only fat cats. >> now, adam greene, the progressive change campaign committee put out a statement today. he's came on here and voiced this worry the president could be alienating his base of support. he offers this perspective. every one of president obama's donations came in before he began pushing cuts to the social security, medicare, medicaid benefits we depend on. he will lose million ins donations and millions of volunteer hours from people who once passionately supported him. two things about that, no evidence president was pushing any such cuts. according to mitch mcconnell's own account was the president was sitting there faking some kind of possible agreement that he never reached on those things. but what do you make of adam's point in general? guantanamo, public option, all those things were already prese
in the primary, mitt romney does lead, followed by michele bachmann coming up, but only to 12. ron paul and rudy at 7%, rick perry, the new kid on the block at 4. pawlenty getting nowhere at 3%. >>> i'm being nice tonight, david corn, i'm always nice to you, writing for mother jones. is this thing gelling the way it usually does? do you know who the field is? >> of course you do. >> who has a good chance? >> i think romney hats a very good chance. pawlenty has a good chance. >> a good chance? >> sure. if pawlenty were the nominee, i think he could give obama a run for the money. >> who else? >> i think you'll laugh at this, but i think rick perry -- >> i'm not laughing. >> he's a hell of a politician. >> i'm crying on the inside. >> he's a hell of a politician. >> is he going to run for the texas republic of the united states? his latest comments lead me to believe he may not be part of the union. >> a lot of people, especially in the 202 and 212 area codes like to make fun of him. as someone who as worked on a campaign against perry, i can tell you he's formidable. >> new york times quoting mr.
show." i'm reverend al sharp ton in for ed shultz. mitt romney tries to walk back his comments on obama running the economy, but it seems like he just made it worse nor himself. we'll show you all his latest campaign trail live and give you the facts. this is "the ed show." and as ed would say, let's get to work. >> the president is the a nice guy, and i know he's trying, but he doesn't understand how the economy works. >> mitt romney tries to embarrass the president in his stump speech today. he failed. we'll show you how. >> we won! >> stephen colbert's election victory sheds light on a real campaign problem. we'll explain. and the glenn beck era is over. >> you will pray for the time when i was only on the air for one hour every day. >> oh, i'm praying for you, glenn. tonight, my eulogy for the glenn beck program. today, republican presidential kanld mitt romney finally reversed himself on a factually untrue claim that president barack obama had made the economy worse. but in order to do that, he had to lie again. >> i didn't say things are worse. what i said was the economy hasn't t
into the 2012 race coming up. who is the most likely alternative to mitt romney and who has the best chance to beat president obama. a look at the war in afghanistan. now the longest war. how do we get out? does obama's policy differ from president bush's and what is the effect for generations to come? joe and mika and willie join in the conversation later this hour. we begin with the debt crisis. they are trying to make a deal on the deficit. houses of congress are rolling out separate compromises to safe off a default. harry reid is meeting with mitch mcconnell to craft a solution to appeal to both parties. according to reports, this would do the following. it would allow the debt ceiling to be raised three times for a total of $2.5 trillion. in exchange, some $1.5 trillion in spending cuts would be enacted. the plan would be established to identify new deficit cuts. proposal, already, getting a lukewarm response from the fellow republicans. among them, the freshman snar mark arubio and tom coburn. take a listen. >> it gives the president the ability to raise the debt limit. the debt limi
, did mitt rommy put on the flip-flops again? talking about president obama handing the economy, romney said i didn't say that things are worse, except that he did just days early. quite a few times. we have it all on tape. we put it together in an independence day panel of experts to look ahead at the republican field, all those money reports and everything else and the president's chances of reelection. and we mentioned, the nba lockout added to this nfl lockout. is it possible? we could be looking at autumn and winter with no football, no basketball, at least on the professional level, because the millionaires and billion airs can't agree on how to divide billions of dollars. >>> finally, what's wrong with this picture? nothing if you're mitt romney. what candidate's son is posing with him? here's a hint. not romney's son but the son of another presidential candidate. we will have it all on the side show. we start with the state of the country. chairman of the dccc and democrat from new york. he joins me now. congress there's a lot of he said, she said going on. yesterday senator chu
to survive they will need money, [bleeped] boatloads of money. >> we have the numbers behind you. mitt romney $18.4 million. pawlenty $4.4 million. bachmann the same. huntsman $4.2 million. herman cain raised $2.5 million. gingrich $2 million. rick santory um not so much, $500,000. >> jon: $500,000 in the war chest. buh-bye. [laughter] sadly, that image is still only the second most unpleasant image you get when you google the name "santorum." go ahead. do it. do it right. now i can wait. now, what about that old silverback, newt gingrich. by the way, that's not a wildlife metaphor. he stopped shaving his back when he left congress. >> newt gingrich, what did he have $2.1 million? that's more than i thought he should have. >> there should be ans asterisk next to that because he's actually $1 million in debt. >> jon: okay, there could be a little asterisk there or you could change the mother to minus one million. either way it's a tip graphical issue. it's not going to hurt gingrich, unless he was out there ten weeks ago touting his fiscal bona fide. >> i am debt-free. if the u.s. government w
right now and you have a republican candidate. say it's mitt romney out there. he's not going to say, ok, this is about winning the future. this is about right now. this is about getting jobs today. >> how are you -- >> let's not forget suburban voters are paying $5 a gas too. >> the other thing is how are you going to get my grown up college educated son or daughter out of my house? >> somebody reporting here. tell me what you think about this. let's go to independents. we were kidding. this whole question of difference between suburbanites and independents. independents we think of ross perot and a person who's turned off politics to some extent. >> i think there's a cross. the specific things they can do across the specific groups but to me the core difference between 2008 and 2012 is going to be politics of hope we saw in 2008 versus politics of fear in 2012. they won't call it that but so much of this campaign in terms of driving turnout, amongst all of these group lbs about making the republican alternative totally aun acceptable and they will have a billion dollars. you will see a
these rich guys. the republicans defend them. >> mitt romney when he worked for bane capital, he will try to make that into a wall street firm and bane capital destroyed jobs rather than create jobs. they will point to the record saying it's very, very poor. the problem for the president and this feeds back into something joe said a little while ago, i actually agree on substance, the president has been the adult. i agree with the president on substance has been that and he looked like the bigger figure. the problem is 15 months from now, he will be saying i looked like the bigger figure, i was willing to make the deal, you're all controlled by extremists, here's what's wrong with mitt romney and what joe said, where are my jobs? you may be right about all of that, barack obama, but for the last four years you haven't done anything to improve that. >> and that's where romney has been right. chris: to stay out of this. >> he kept his eyes on the prize. he understands the best issue republicans have going for him is a bum economy. he's focused on it. chris: conditions. they run on condition
candidates. jim acosta is joining us with a new poll from new hampshire. is mitt romney still the front-runner, jim? >> reporter: he is very much the front-runner, kyra. a good sign of that is when you leave the country to go do some fund-raising, mitt romney is going to london today to do fund-raise across the pond. he might as well. if you look at the latest poles from wmur in new hampshire, they are looking at the all-important new hampshire primary and who voters are preferring at this point. romney is way out in front. 35%. look at that. the closest challenger at this point is michele bachmann at 12% who, for a lot of people, didn't think she would do that well in new hampshire. she has bounced up some eight points, according to these polls. rely re look at the bottom half of this poll. i think this is rather striking as well. tim pawlenty, 3%. jon huntsman, who has staked a lot of his campaign on winning new hampshire and had this big rollout with a lot of media coverage, only at 2% at this point. he is right there with herman cain and newt gingrich. surprising numbers there and v
. >> let's talk about republican presidential politics. what are the polls telling us? >> mitt romney has had is an enthusiastic and be all the way through, but said in a place this change -- mitt romney had this unenthusiastic lead all the way through, but second place has changed all the time. it was donald trump, then herman cain, pizza fellow, and now it is michele bachmann. she had an interesting week. she handled it charges of the migraine headaches a very well, very responsive. she never played the victim's car. she never attacked the press for raising this. she showed herself to be quite adept on the first time they went negative on her. >> they are coming after her husband because of this clinic he runs where he claims he can convince a people to become straight -- convince gay people to become straight. >> i will put a cautionary note on how she handled it. >> ok. >> for those of you who remember a long time ago when paul tsongas did not come clean about his medical condition, and as a person who has had a few migraines in my life, i certainly don't think i could be president. b
. is mitt romney getting the message now? >>> plus, america, meet the new spokesperson for the gas and oil plot. just wait null hear about how the congressman defends subsidizing america's richest companies. >>> and is george w. bush secretly plotting to ruin a fellow texans presidential hopes? welcome to shot, i'm al sharpton. tonight's lead, fight to the debt. at a twitter town hall today, president obama blasted republicans for using the debt ceiling as a hostage in budget talks. >> the debt ceiling should not be something that is used as a gun against the heads of the american people to extract tax breaks for corporate jet owners. >> today, republicans definitely did not sound like they are in a mood to make a deal. at the white house, budget talks that are set for tomorrow. >> thursday's meeting will give us a chance to see if the president means what he says. until now the president's proposal are frankly indefensible np. >> so will republicans compromise even a little to get a deal or do they just want to be the party of no? joining me now, is republican congressman joe walsh from i
mitt romney critique. i will keep saying mitt romney so it is weird, mitt romney, mitt romney, mitt romney. back to my point. if you are 15 years old and married to a 25-year-old guy, that's a problem. we need protection for innocent people. but if you are 25 and you want to be married to three other 25-year-olds or 40-year-olds who cares? >> there is one problem. there are a couple problems. the real issue is what do companies do about health insurance and benefits? >> that's a problem. >> it is a huge problem. >> it is a problem. >> once conservatives don't have an argument -- >> what are you talking about? >> they say, okay, let me marry three 80-year-old women and they say what about healthcare? next you want to marry a rock. no, i just want to marry three 80-year-old women. >> that will be my ring tone. >> you are the common man. you are every man. >> put in my mitt romney reference. >> i am for pleasuring as many almost beautiful women as possible. >> you are the true hero. >> i am a live and let live person in my personal life, but you have to obey laws. it seemed like he was
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